This was a replay of last weekend’s American Civil War game with Black Powder rules by Warlord Games.
The forces were the same but the terrain was modified to remove the standing cornfields and center the action on the road. The only photos are near the end of the battle. The Confederate forces were able to enter early in parallel columns. The Union forces had good command rolls throughout the game, but entered exclusively on the road, delaying the rear brigades due to the length of the columns.
Confederate guns deployed with a good field of fire down the road, but were unable to prevent the Union cavalry from charging and destroying a battery. A supporting infantry unit was destroyed by the subsequent break test. The Union cavalry was then well placed to roll up the Confederate defense, but the brigade was shaken.
The Confederates were able to plug the hole left by the destroyed units and shoot just well enough to break the most advanced Union infantry brigade, and with it the army.